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Dunne Determined To Depart City

If you believe everything you hear then Manchester City skipper Richard Dunne is on the verge of leaving Eastlands.

Dunne (28) who has a year left on his City contract is thought to have become disillusioned at the way the breakdown between Sven Goran Eriksson and owner Thaksin Shinawatra has prevented any major decisions being made at the club.

Several Premier League clubs including Sunderland, Newcastle, West Ham and Spurs are reportedly monitoring the Republic of Ireland international's situation and are ready to make official offers within weeks.

The 6'2' defender, who has remained silent over the speculation is valued anywhere between 2.5 and 6m.




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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 19 2008

Time: 8:52AM

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Why would he want to leave to go to the likes of Newcastle, Sunderland or West Ham when he has the opportunity of leading us into Europe.
alphieblues
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19/05/2008 09:26:00

didn't you hear? he wants to come to SPURS! Welcome to the lane my boy!
powerspur
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19/05/2008 10:05:00

Spurs, what is so special about Spurs. Nah, he'll stay at Eastlands.
Tudor
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19/05/2008 10:11:00

If hes going.. let him!
mcfcthriller
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19/05/2008 10:26:00

That would be a huge loss for you. He's one of your best players imo!
Fan of Blues
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19/05/2008 10:55:00

I dont think he will be going anywhere be totally honest his heart is with man cith and will stay there and i think he knows that aswell
dunne deal
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19/05/2008 13:58:00

The best defender you have. Massive loss if he goes but apparently most the team is going, the chairman need to sort himself out. You have had a mediocer second half of season but thats no reason to sack Sven and half the team
redandwhitestripemad
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19/05/2008 21:44:00

would love to see him at spurs,and remember how persuasive Robbie Keane is at getting old team mates to come to Spurs
CoxintheBox
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20/05/2008 14:05:00

 

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